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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Cherries and Ice Cream [PHOTO HEAVY OMG] on: April 23, 2007 04:11:26 PM
Sooooo <3 I just finished up two new skirts for work. Yesterday I went to Hancock Fabrics and found out that they're closing the store?! Sadness! But at least I got this awesomely cute pink and black cherry fabric for under $3 a yard. Grin



Fabric detail

So after making that one in under an hour last night (my boyfriend was impressed), I made a second one today in less time out of some lovely ice cream print fabric I've had laying around.



Fabric detail

Yes I like my skirts short D: The cherry and the ice cream fabrics are both nice and heavy with a slight one way stretch. They have zippers in the back (though I almost don't need them), and the ice cream one has darts since I made that one a touch larger than the cherry one.

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2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Green and Pink Pocketed Top <3 on: April 23, 2007 12:13:10 PM
I always loved how DuctTapeAddict makes her tops. I found her tutorial here the other day, and just had to make one! Mine is not nearly as pretty as hers, but I love it none the less! I changed it up a bit and added a hood instead of a cowl neck and omitted the band at the bottom. It's all knit pink and green floral and heart fabric that I've had sitting around for forever.

Excuse the stretching of the fabric caused by my stupidhuge boobs. D:

Yes. I have messy hair. I know. :3

I realize the bottom is wavy, but it's not as silly looking in person. I promise.

I'll probably make another one soon. It was so much fun.
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